United Nations calls on Qatar to reform workers rights


The United Nations member states have told urged Qatar to reform its domestic workers’ rights policy and ban capital punishment.

The Gulf country has taken a number of initiatives to bring its national legislation in line with international human rights covenants, said a Qatari official at the country’s review on Wednesday.

Soltan bin Saad Al-Muraikhi, state minister for foreign affairs and head of the delegation, listed several acts and decrees issued since the last visit of the Special Rapporteur for Human Rights in 2014 aimed at upholding the rights of women, children, persons with disabilities and migrant workers.

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